Cirrhosis

 
Cirrhosis is impaired due to organ fibrous tissue proliferation and consequent atrophy of cells. One of the most common presentations of this disease is liver cirrhosis, which affects the liver and is the result of chronic organ damage produced by two main causes: alcoholism and hepatitis C infection Symptoms of cirrhosis liver include yellowing of the skin, mucous membranes and eyes, weakness and weight loss, vomiting blood or blood in the stool. It is irreversible chronic disease that can lead to many complications and causes the malfunction of the liver, it being necessary, in extreme cases, a transplant. In these disorders, hepatic biliary cirrhosis is an uncommon disease that causes inflammation of the bile ducts of the liver, which blocks the flow of bile, which is essential for the proper functioning of this body.
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